Zebra F-701 – a $6 Self Defense Pen ?

We took a look at this stainless steel pen that costs under $6. It has a fine point (0.7 mm) with a textured steel grip. The Zebra F-701 has a quiet plunger for a silent click. The F701 has a sturdy metal pocket clip. The F701 is refillable with a Zebra F-refill. The refills are available in both Black and Blue in either Fine 0.7mm or Medium 1.0mm. The Zebra F-701 refill comes two in a package for $4

We took a look at this stainless steel pen that costs under $6. It has a fine point (0.7 mm) with a textured steel grip. The Zebra F-701 has a quiet plunger for a silent click. The F701 has a sturdy metal pocket clip. The F701 is refillable with a Zebra F-refill. The refills are available in both Black and Blue in either Fine 0.7mm or Medium 1.0mm. The Zebra F-701 refill comes two in a package for $4

Zebra F-701 – a $6 Self Defense Pen ?

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3 Responses to “Zebra F-701 – a $6 Self Defense Pen ?”

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  3. Richard Says:

    Long story short.
    The F-701 is a tool of choice. As a Peace Officer I also teach tactical self-defense. This pen can be effectively used for its intended purpose (to write on any media without smearing) under any conditions and can also be effectively used as a defense weapon when properly taught to use and hold. I own kubotons, yawaras (you name it), but this pen will go unnoticed and will not strain under pressure (whatever the use). Do not enter high security areas with it on your person but rather keep it in your carry on and retrieve once through. Who knows, you may be able to save the day should something go awry. It is now the only pen I carry and at $7.00 a piece, you can afford to give many to friends and loved ones and teach them how to effectively use it. It is an inexpensive tool that can protect and potentially save a life. I hope you never have to use it other than writing reports or love letters.

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